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OnePlus brings Bullets Wireless 2 in new Olive Green color at the same price

27 September 2019 0

OnePlus at the special event where it unveiled the OnePlus 7T and its first-ever smart TV also took the wraps off the Bullets Wireless 2 earphones in a new Olive Green color. The new color makes the accessory even more attractive and it’s definitely a great addition especially when only the Black-colored Bullets Wireless 2 were available.

This is just the new color that has been launched, the rest of the specs, design, and functionality remain the same as the original Bullets Wireless 2. The in-ear headphones by OnePlus have a “seashell-inspired” design and it has been developed using stainless steel for higher durability. OnePlus claims that the inspiration behind the new color was taken from the natural world in the form of seashells.

Also retaining the comfortable shape, the all-new Olive Green Bullets Wireless 2 aims to deliver you the same audio experience. It’s the direct successor of the Bullets Wireless but includes many upgrades. It has two Knowles Balanced Armature Drivers and one 10mm dynamic driver for a premium sound output. For better connectivity, the Bullets Wireless 2 features Qualcomm aptX HD and Bluetooth 5.0 support. The earphones are also magnetized, allowing you to turn them off or pause by simply clipping them together and pulling them apart resumes the playback.

The Bullets Wireless 2 comes with Warp Charge support that claims to offer up to 10 hours of playback time if you charge the accessory for a mere 10 minutes. There’s a dedicated button to invoke Google Assistant as well for quick assistance. The accessory also offers Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology for better phone clarity.

The Olive Green Bullets Wireless 2 is priced at $99 (Rs. 5,990), which is the same price as the original one and they will be available soon for purchase.



OnePlus brings Bullets Wireless 2 in new Olive Green color at the same price
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